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Network Members

If you're a Cambridge researcher and you'd like to be affilated with the Trust & Technology Initiative, you can join as a Network Member. This involves no firm commitment from either you or the Initiative, but we will maintain a list of Network Members on our website and you can declare this affiliation on your website and in grant applications. You should be aware of our work, so that you can answer basic questions about the Initiative. 

To request Network Membership, please  with a paragraph explaining why you are interested in the Initiative and how your work is relevant. This paragraph will form the basis of your profile on our website, along with your contact information. We will include Network Members in our mailing list.

 Current Network Members:

Taskeen Adam
  • Network Member
  • Centre of Development Studies
Rikke Amundsen
  • Network Member
  • Department of Sociology
Shahar Avin
  • Network Member
  • Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
Professor Diane Coyle
  • Network Member
  • Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS)
Professor David de Cremer
  • Network Member
  • Judge Business School
Jacopo Domenicucci
  • Network Member
  • Faculty of Philosophy
Tomasz Hollanek
  • Network Member
  • Centre for Film and Screen
Dr Zheng Liu
  • Network Member
  • Department of Sociology
Dr Marwa Mahmoud
  • Network Member
  • Department of Computer Science and Technology
Matt Mahmoudi
  • Network Member
  • Centre of Development Studies
Dr Ranjan Pal
  • Network Member
  • Department of Computer Science and Technology
Omer Sella
  • Network Member
  • Department of Computer Science and Technology
Louisa Shen
  • Network Member
  • Faculty of English
Dr Sergii Strelchuk
  • Network Member
  • Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Dr Noa Zilberman
  • Network Member
  • Department of Computer Science and Technology

About us

The Trust & Technology Initiative brings together and drives forward interdisciplinary research from Cambridge and beyond to explore the dynamics of trust and distrust in relation to internet technologies, society and power; to better inform trustworthy design and governance of next generation tech at the research and development stage; and to promote informed, critical, and engaging voices supporting individuals, communities and institutions in light of technology’s increasing pervasiveness in societies.

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